|Item model number||CC-9011101-WW|
|Item Weight||17.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.3 x 8.7 x 18.3 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||17.32 x 8.66 x 18.27 inches|
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Corsair Crystal Series 460X RGB - Tempered Glass, Compact ATX Mid-Tower Case Case (CC-9011101-WW)
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- Beautiful two-panel tempered glass displays every component of your build / included SP120 RGB fans for excellent performance and vivid illumination
- Clean, modern lines with an all steel exterior / compact Mid tower design fits full sized ATX boards and multiple Graphics card configurations
- Direct Air flow access to the hottest components with No Drive cages in the way / capable liquid cooling support for both CPU and GPU loops
- Full dust filtration on bottom, front, and top / tons of cable-routing options and tie downs so cables can be easily tucked out of the way
- Tool-free Drive Installation for quick builds / front radiator compatibility for up to a single 360mm radiator or multiple 120/140mm radiators
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We’ve engineered the Crystal 460X to pack all the performance and expandability you need into a beautifully modern and compact case design. Put your build on display through beautiful two-panel tempered glass and keep it all running cool and quiet with Direct Airflow technology.
Style is everything
Built into the chassis are three striking SP120 RGB fans. Make your build stand out from the crowd by coordinating the custom-molded translucent blades with your build for a sleek, brilliant look - all visible through the tempered glass panels.
Clean, modern lines with an all steel exterior
Get rid of those plastic cases – the 460X has full steel front and top panels for extra durability and gorgeous good looks.
Compact design, full size capabilities
Don’t let the compact dimensions of the 460X fool you - it can house a full ATX motherboard and multiple GPUs.
Liquid cooling capable
With room for front, top, and rear radiators, you can choose to quiet down your GPU and CPU with liquid coolers just about wherever you want to.
Direct airflow path
Drive cages are moved up and out of the path of cool air from the front intake fans and high-temperature components.
Psu and 3.5 inch bay cover
Clean up the inside of your case by placing cables and drives behind two modular, clean, and refined PSU and 3.5 inch bay covers.
With tool-free drive installation and three-point dust filter access, the Corsair Crystal 460X is easy to build — and even easier to keep clean. You’ll spend less time on setup and maintenance, and more time enjoying your PC.
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We've engineered the crystal 460X RGB to pack all the performance and expandability you need into a beautifully modern and compact case design with vivid illumination from our SP120 RGB LED fans. Put your build on display through beautiful two-panel tempered glass and keep it all running cool and quiet with direct airflow technology.
Top Customer Reviews
1. Thoughtful design layout throughout case.
2. tempered glass is a nice touch and is of a good quality
3. PSU cover and HDD bay cover really lends a nice visual touch.
4. Space for 3x120mm in front in a mid tower chassis, which is awesome.
5. dust filters in front and top
6. easy to work in
1. You are able to put 38mm thick fans anywhere in the case without worry, however, in the front, the very bottom 120x38mm fan will have a millimeter of clearance between itself and the hard drive bay. so keep that in mind.
2. The rear of the motherboard tray suffers from the same problem all cases seem to have: not enough cable room. It's a little difficult to put the side panel on after cables are routed back there.
3. Space for only 2x 3.5" hdds but this is really just a very small niggle because 2x3TB or higher would be plenty for anybody considering this case.
4. Huge PSU's like the corsair AX1200i will fit but they are too long. if your psu is long you cant use the hdd bay as the length plus the cables will block the hdd bay from installing. EVGA Supernova G3 850 is a short powerful psu and would be a good pick as it is shorter and also better than the G2 series. I have a Supernova G2 750 and it was just able to fit.
5. half a con: you are NOT able to fit anything more than an ATX motherboard in here. the length of the E-ATX and up are too long and will collide with PSU and HDD bay cover.
Overall its a good case for a high end build, but this is more of a case that caters to people like me that enjoy big air cooling. custom watercool loop people wouldnt like this case. It also wastes no space, which i really like.
These Corsair SP120 RGB fans are REALLY LOUD! Low-med-high, it's all the same noise. Even when idle you can hear them spinning away. Which brings me to another gripe. The fan speed button, I have no idea what speed the fans are spinning at when I press the button. Honestly, I don't even know if they're changing. Like I said all three settings sound the same. I only notice the fans changing speed when I look at them from a certain angle and see the spin pattern change. But still, I have no idea if it's actually changing or if pushing the button is making them slow down for a second, and going back to whatever it wants to be at. It's not a huge deal. I lived with the same level of sound for years and now it's on my desk, and they sound is about the same (as far as the case fans go, gpu and psu fans are a whole other can of worms that I wont open).
Other things that annoyed me about this case are as follows:
The front and side glass panels are really hard to get off and on. The front uses really long screws that go through the mesh dust screen, so when you want to remove it to clean, you have to spend like 5 minutes unscrewing those gigantic screws to do so. The side panel screws didn't seem well thought out either, to put the panel back on you have to hold it in place and put all the screws in, there is a small lip at the bottom that can hold it. but more likely than not, it will slip off and the glass will hit the floor or desk. It's a little unnerving. Would have been nice if they had bolts that were attached to the case that the panel could fit over and instead of inserting screws, then fastened with nuts instead. Would have been a more elegant solution, I think.
The cable tie cutouts, they're really positioned in bad places and the ones that aren't, are angled the wrong way so they're impossible to use. I didn't use any of them, Thankfully my cables are all ridged enough that I didn't really need them.
The PSU cover. It would have been smart to just have them click into place, but Corsair decided to play it safe and have 3 screws holding them in place. So if you ever need to access the PSU or hard drives, you have to go into the back of the case, unscrew everything, before you can slide the cover open. It seems a bit overkill. Without a notch in the slide nipple thingie into place, it just moves around freely, so you have to use the screws.
And finally my last gripe. The Harddrive caddies are really badly placed. First, the HDD caddy. the bottom drive can only accommodate a straight SATA connector, don't even try using an angled one, I broke a connector and a piece of my HDD trying to fit an angled cable in there. It was dumb, but I didn't have a spare straight head cable, was getting impatient, really just wanted to finish. And Second, the SSD caddies are spaced too wide apart, you won't be able to connect the SATA power connectors to the third one with standard 3-way power cable. The furthest right SSD will have to have power coming from another cable. Durp.
All in all, I'm really happy with this case, its the first case I bought that didn't come as part of a package or kit. I'm looking forward to years of staring obsessively into it :)
I can't say enough great things about this case.
The only reason why I gave this case 4 out of 5 stars is because my case came scratched at the top where it's visible.
Comes with 3 SP120 RGB fans
Fits my Zotac GTX Amp! Extreme 1070 graphics card with ease!
Fits my giant power supply.
Comes with controller that lets you plug up additional 3 Corsair fans (Corsair fans only)
Absolutely beautiful and the fans don't super over power and blind you with crazy lights.
Case is VERY sturdy
Most of the stuff inside the case can be unscrewed with thumbscrews which do not require tools (HUGE PLUS)
Cable management is a challenge.
Does not come with a support bar for heavier graphics cards.
Only comes with 3 fans for the front doesn't come with an exhaust fan (have to buy separately).
The controller the case comes with only allows Corsair fans so if you get different name brand fans to add on you will need another controller hub and need to make more room in the case.
The rubber parts that the glass panels get screwed in can get lost VERY easily!
The colors are not truly RGB you can only pick between Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, and White.
There's no software that would let you control fan colors.
Only space for 2 regular sized hard drives
EVERYTHING THIS CASE COMES WITH:
* All appropriate screws
* 5 Tiny black zipties.
* Power and Reset buttons.
* All cables and wires required.
* Comes with 3 front fans only (Preinstalled) NO rear or top fans.
If the things I have listed off are not deal breakers then you will absolutely LOVE your case like I do.
A job well done, Corsair!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am using it with HD120 fans and it is absolutely gorgeous.
can fit 4 120mm fans...
can fit upto a 240 mm radiator but if crazy enough can fit a a 280mm with ingenuity.Read more